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The Lost Boys

Letters from the Sons in Two Acts, 1914-1923

by R.H. Thomson

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The man steps into the characters of these forgotten soldiers, as well as his own life as a child. The journey breathes life into the men of the battlefields, as well as gives voice to the women of that world; mother, cousin, stranger. Based on the author's own life, and that of his five great-uncles, The Lost Boys becomes a search for the immensity of story which surround us our entire lives.

About the Author
R.H. Thomson is one of Canada's most respected actors of stage and screen. He has appeared in leading roles at most major Canadian theatre companies, including title roles in Hamlet, Cyrano de Bergerac, and Glenn (a play based on the life of celebrated pianist Glenn Gould). The recipient of numerous awards, including several Gemini and Dora Mavor Moore awards, he is best known for his work in film and television, including the role of Jasper in the long-running television series Road to Avonlea.
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Actor/director R.H. Thomson has been working for almost thirty years in theatre, film, and television. Winner of a Gemini, a Genie, and a Dora Mavor Moore Award, Thomson has achieved recognition through a series of diverse and memorable roles in all three mediums. Born in Toronto, Thomson graduated from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Science and then went on to theatrical training at the National Theatre School in Montreal, and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art in England. His interests have led him to host CBC's Man Alive series as well as advocating for cultural sovereignty and diversity on both national and international levels.

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